Journal of Strategy and Management: Volume 11 Issue 4


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Acquisition integration flexibility: toward a conceptual framework

Svante Schriber, David R. King, Florian Bauer

The purpose of this paper is to develop the role of integration flexibility as a mediator of acquisition performance and demonstrate how this capability varies across firms.

Do we have to downsize – does the empirical evidence suggest any alternatives?

Michael Carriger

Given a growing literature indicating that downsizing is not an effective way to address financial decline, having either little impact or negative impact on the financial health…

The role of cooperative alliances in internationalization strategy: Qualitative study of Portuguese SMEs in the textile sector

Flávio Morais, Mário Franco

From the network approach, the purpose of this paper is to provide empirical evidence about the role of international cooperative alliances (CAs) in the decision of small- and…

Innovation growth from knowledge transfer in international strategic alliances

Vijita Aggarwal, Madhavi Kapoor

The purpose of this paper is to conduct a literature review on knowledge transfer and international strategic alliances to propose a research framework based on the theory of…


The world’s most innovative companies: a meta-ranking

Ulrich Lichtenthaler

The purpose of this paper is to develop a meta-ranking of the world’s most innovative firms, which underscores the importance of external perceptions of innovativeness and of an…

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